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#36327
Posted: 03/29/2016 14:21:45
by Ravikant Sharma (Basic support level)
Joined: 03/29/2016
Posts: 16

Dear Team,

We have below two main concerns before we decide to use SecureBlackbox in one of our .net application.

1) Can we use Symantec PGP Desktop application which is standard in our company to decrypt the encrypted file from this library.If yes then what is the process.


2) To decrypt Emails with attachment what is the process, can we send this encrypted mail with recipient's public key and they will attach their private key as a certificate in their outlook and will able to decrypt that mail, this the way or its different.Please explain.

Please advice at the earliest .

Regards,
Ravi
#36328
Posted: 03/29/2016 14:31:54
by Eugene Mayevski (EldoS Corp.)

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Ravikant Sharma wrote:
1) Can we use Symantec PGP Desktop application which is standard in our company to decrypt the encrypted file from this library.If yes then what is the process.


If you use OpenPGP components, the resulting file is a standard OpenPGP archive, which is opened with PGP Desktop easily. I can't give you the exact details of how to use PGP Desktop but the files produced by SecureBlackbox are no different from any other files that you process.

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Ravikant Sharma wrote:
2) To decrypt Emails with attachment what is the process, can we send this encrypted mail with recipient's public key and they will attach their private key as a certificate in their outlook and will able to decrypt that mail, this the way or its different.Please explain.


Email encryption is done with recipient's public key, and you usually don't have his private key. It makes no sense to send the private key (unless you generate and distribute the keys this way) by email.


Sincerely yours
Eugene Mayevski

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